With all Diwali and the wedding season just around the corner, we know you’re having a difficult time finding Indian outfits to wear for the number of different card parties and wedding functions that are being held. We know it’s “not cool” to repeat the same outfits. So we have curated a list of accessories and styling tricks that will make your old anarkali as good as new. Here are few ways To Style & Accessorize Your Anarkali

Belt it Up!

Anarkalis with belts

This is a trend which is fresh off the runway and definitely worth a try. Wear a belt around your waist once you’ve got your dupatta on. Wear your dupatta on one shoulder, and dig out an embellished belt or even a plain solid color belt, put it around your natural waist on top of the dupatta. This is going make you look super stylish!



Wear it with a Jacket:

Anarkalis with jackets

Banarsi is the talk of the town this season! Buy some banarsi cloth or (with your mum’s permission) cut up an old saree of hers and make a jacket out of it. Wear it with a plain solid color anarkali and give it a ethnic vibe.


Accessorize anarkalis with big jhumkas

Jhumkis are the traditional jewellery that has made a huge comeback. These traditional earrings complement an anarkali with a boat neck or a high neck, really adding a touch of ethnic elegance to your look.


Accessorize anarkalis with chokers

Beautiful chokers in gold or silver metal go really with anarkalis. Try a choker which a lot of stone or pearl drops, as they add an oomph factor to your look.


The Traditional Necklace:

Accessorize anarkalis with necklace

Traditional Indian necklaces like the satladas go well with anarkalis and will make you look nothing less than a princess!

Maang Tikka:

Accessorize anarkalis with maang tikka

If your anarkali has heavy work on it, let the anarkali speak for itself. Accessorise with a maang tikka and a pair of statement earrings to keep your look simple and minimal.

Ditch the Dupatta:

Ditch that dupatta and borrow some pretty delicate necklaces from your mother in various lengths and pick some of your own. Now layer your necklace for a traditional look with a touch of modernity. You can even go all out and wear a maang tika or bangles and walk out in style!